“Turns out the 'photographer' killed in Gaza was an officer in Hamas, a terrorist org that seeks Israel‘s destruction. On Hamas’ payroll since 2011."
“The repeated instances in which international organizations are hijacked by Hamas highlights the urgent need for greater oversight by both NGOs and their donor governments."
A search revealed more than NIS 500,000 in cash in the suspect’s car during an arrest at the Meitar Crossing, near Be'er Sheva.
"A decision has emerged from Gaza: Intifada and victory," was one of the slogans the protesters were chanting.
Last night Hamas tried to plant 2 bombs on the Gaza border fence.
When the three terrorists planted their explosives they quickly retraced their steps and ducked back through the fence into Gaza although their actions weren't clear at the time.
The deaths occurred during two rounds of major riots and numerous continued smaller-scale “demonstrations” led by Hamas at the Gaza border.
Meanwhile, the Russian Foreign Ministry has rejected Saturday’s reports on the chemical attack carried out by the Syrian government forces in the town of Douma outside Damascus.
Spotting the terrorist as he attempted to stab the couple, the civilian shot and neutralized the attacker, saving the lives of his intended victims.
Murtaja managed to purchase and smuggle into Gaza drones carrying high quality cameras capable of gathering high-resolution, 360-degree intelligence on the activities of IDF forces on the ground.
Greenblatt: "We condemn leaders and protesters who call for violence or who send protesters - including children - to the fence, knowing that they may be injured or killed."
IDF soldiers were faced with several tasks at once, but paramount among those was the need to protect the Israeli civilians living nearby.
The van ploughed into diners who were enjoying the spring weather at sidewalk tables outside the Grosser Kiepenkerl restaurant.
Hamas has set rates between $500 and $3000.
The DOJ said the NPA provided material support to Hamas, the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine, and Iran.
“The challenges on the Gaza border are varied and complex. The people of Israel have someone upon whom to rely."
Netanyahu: The "sole purpose [of the Hamas-driven riots at the Gaza border] is to provide cover for terrorists to carry out terror attacks against Israel."
“The discovery of firebombs is more proof [the Hamas-driven riots] on Friday were a cover for terrorist acts."
"Terrorist organizations are trying to exploit Israel’s desire to ease restrictions on civilians, this time in the area of fishing, in order to promote terror attacks."
The “OpIsrael” hashtag refers to “Operation Israel Hackers,” an annual cyber attack campaign against Israel each April 7. This year it started early.
Here's a question: what prevents the IDF from setting those tires on fire Thursday?
Tuesday’s death brings to 18 since Friday the number of Gazans killed while engaged in actively threatening or attacking the security fence or IDF soldiers along the border.
Without issuing a comment, the U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear the case, thereby leaving the lower court ruling standing.
Miraculously, there were no physical injuries reported, according to United Hatzolah of Judea and Samaria.